Easy and Simple Bible Crafts For Kids

Children learn their ABCD's very early in their lives and a bit about God at the same time. They learn that different animals represented or used to convey a different Biblical concept. However, the elder kids learn complete Bible verses along with writing in cursive. If you are a parent, who wants to raise up your little ones in a way that teaches the truth about God, involving them in Bible Crafts for kids helps.

Welcome to our activity section where we have got lots of fun activities you can use to enhance your kid’s creativity and imagination along with some involvement in the faith in Almighty! Craft time with preschoolers can be enough fun but only with few more hands for your help to assemble the items before and after the activity is done. Whether you are a parent, school teacher, childcare worker or babysitter, we’ve ideas for you to you pick out your craft activity. We hope this will equip you to raise your children to know the hope found in knowing God.

Ideas for Preschool Bible Crafts:

1. My Promises to The God:

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Things you will need:

  • Cotton balls
  • A piece of white cardboard
  • One strip of construction paper for each color of the rainbow,
  • Glue
  • Scissors
  • Markers
  • String to hang
  • Stapler
  • Hole puncher


1. Draw a cloud shape on the piece of a cardboard and cut it out with scissors (assist and supervise the kid to do it).

2. If you like to have a sun, cut out a cardboard of circular shape or a yellow paper in circle. And, staple the sun on the above cardboard so that it’s peaking from the clouds.

3. Cut 1.5 inch width strips of paper.

4. On each of the strips of paper, you can have your child to write a promise that they will make to God. Help the kids if they are not able to come up with any or write.

5. To hang this piece, punch a hole in the top of the cardboard cloud shape, affix a piece of string or yarn through it and tie it together. Once the masterpiece is done, you can hang it.

6. Now, staple the strips of colorful rainbow papers with the promises written by the kids on them to the bottom of the cloud as shown in the picture.

7. Stick the cotton balls onto the cardboard with glue to resemble the clouds. You can have the entire portion covered with the cotton.

8. After the cotton sticks and is dry, hang the craft in a place where your child can notice it everyday to reminded of their promises.

Even the older kids can participate with the younger kids for this craft as this helps them more to keep their promises and inspire to work for their success. This makes an excellent christian craft for kids.

2. Origami Paper Fan Angel:

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Things you will need:

  • Paper (you can use any paper, magazine papers or scrapbook papers or wrapping paper whichever is available)
  • Beads
  • Twine
  • Glue


1. Make a small 3 inch Paper Fan Angels by cutting 2 pieces of square paper of different sizes - one to be a 5inch x 5inch and the second one to be 3inch x 3 inch.

2. Manage to cut the portions from the paper such a way that you can have at least 2 angels from a sheet if possible to avoid wastage.

3. Start the art by placing the large square in front of you and by folding one edge of the paper towards the back of the paper. The folds needs to be equal in size, not too thin or too wide.

4. Once you are done folding the paper, keep the printed side on either ends of the fan. It the fan does not fold evenly, cut off the 2 folds to get the printed side up.

5. Repeat the same with the smaller square.

6. Now, fold both the fans from their center making a half and make sure the edges are even. Cut the longer or uneven edges.

7. Place the smaller fan on top of the bigger and hold it together. Tie 12 inch long twine from the center of the 2 fans together.

8. From the inside of the larger fan now stick he edge of the folds such that it forms a dress pattern as shown in the picture.

9. Slide the bead over the 2 ends of the twine and secure it.

10. Tie the ends of the twine together to hang it.

Lovely children bible craft’s ready for a display in your kid’s room.

3. Prayers Jar:

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Things you will need:

  • Mason Jars
  • Liquid watercolor
  • Glue
  • Ribbon
  • Christian wood pendants
  • Acrylic paint
  • Glitter
  • Sticky gems
  • Scissors
  • Paper
  • Markers
  • Craft Popsicle sticks


1. First, paint your Mason jar. Choose from any color from red, yellow, blue, green, orange and violet. Add more water color if you want a darker shade of colors. By using a paintbrush, brush the mixture onto the jar. NOTE: It will have a streaky look at first, but dries out to be smooth.

2. Decorate the jar however the kid would like like. You can add sticky gems, and some fabric scraps any design from old shirts etc. You can wrap them around the jar using glue to secure them in place. You can also cut some small pieces of ribbons and wrap it around the jars.

3. Add some wood pendants to the jar to give it an earthen look. Finish decorating all the items on the jar. Then using the colorful hemp roll, tie a knot. It makes a great way to hang the pendents. Stick it with glue to secure.

4. Add a banner to label your jar as you wish like shown in the picture. Use paper cardboard and cut out triangles. Then write the word P-R-A-Y with a marker. Stick the triangles to the rope or twine with glue and wrap it around the jar.

5. Lastly, add Craft Sticks with prayers written on it for a fun activity!

6. Your christian religion craft of a prayer jar is ready.

This makes a lovely religious crafts for kids.

4. Christian Cross:

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Things you will need:

  • Colored chalks
  • Water
  • Painters Tape
  • Sturdy paper


1. Soak your the chalk in a bowl of water first.

2. By using the tape, create a cross shape on your paper (could be wide enough of a 2 inch width)

3. Ask the kids to use the wet chalks or paint on the paper. It is okay if they even color it on the tape as we are going to remove it anyway.

4. We asked to wet the chalk as it has a consistency similar to that of the paint and the colors appear richer and deeper than the flaky dry chalk. Kids will be surprisingly happy the way the chalks work as a smooth paint sort of a texture while gliding it through the papers.

5. Allow the chalk or the paint to dry and check by touching with hands if it is moist and needs more time to dry out.

6. Slowly remove the masking tape now without tearing the paper.

This is a among the very quick and simple christian crafts or bible crafts for kids which any age group can enjoy making. The older kids can add more to the design and background.

5. Matchstick Cross:

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Things you will need:

  • box of 300 burnt matchsticks
  • A pre-cut cross template on a cardstock
  • Pop can tab
  • Glue
  • Wax paper


1. Do it in a place which can be easily cleaned. A wax paper can be used as a base and be removed easily later once done.

2. The first and the most important step is to have an “X”in the center of the cross where there is a junction. With glue, stick the 4 matchsticks on the junction such that each of the matchstick heads are outside.

3. Then add a light layer of glue to one of the sections of the cross and start sticking the sticks in the same direction keeping their burnt heads outside. Begin at the X and work your way toward the outside of that section, using the center junction as a guide.

4. Continue the process around the rest of the portions as well.

5. When the cross is complete, let it dry for few hours and then gently remove the wax paper and glue the pop can tab to the backside so that kids can hand it as an art at their homes.

This makes a beautiful christian crafts for kids room decor. Such children bible crafts are inspirational in a way to make the best out of the waste.

6. Baby Moses Basket:

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Things you will need:

  • Card stock
  • Yarn or shoestring
  • Tape
  • Hole punch
  • Scissors


1. With the help of an elder, ask the kid to cut out a large oval from one sheet of card stock with a scissors.

2. With two fingers, pinch by folding the ends of the longest length of the oval to create a boat/basket shape.

3. Now, punch holes around the edges of the basket evenly.

4. With an elder supervision, have your child thread the shoestring or a yarn through the holes as shown in the picture.

5. Now, tie the ends together to give it a boat shape.

Such a lovely and easy preschool bible craft this makes.

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